Comments about ‘Huntsman looking to celebrate New Hampshire primary results’

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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 10 2012 5:34 p.m. MST

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

I've seen the circus...

Grammy3
SOUTH JORDAN, UT

Go Mitt

BobP
Port Alice, B.C.

But haveyou seen the light?

Christy
Beaverton, OR

'Circus' being the key word. They're all clowns except for Huntsman.

NHCougar
Somersworth, NH

It wasn't a "circus" at my polling place today. However, I am happy to have the phone calls, junk mail, and television ads stop. Although it wasn't as bad as it was in 2008. I'm happy it's almost over...for now.

barbara
Carlsbad, CA

Bar and grill? When it's over, maybe there will be a replay of some game after to cheer them up.

Cougar Blue
N. Las Vegas, NV

Wow Mitt. In your speech yesterday, "I love being able to lay people off." Really? Even if it's necessary, you still love to do it. Speaks volumes doesn't it. May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your tent.

LivinLarge
Bountiful, UT

Embarrassing Jon, embarrassing...looks like it's time to pack it in and throw your support to Mitt.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

It is interesting that candidates can cut and paste comments to show a less than truthful inference out of context and educated people don't check to see what was really said. That is what some advertising and publishing agencies love to do is extract a bit and piece of what someone said to make their point that the individual believes that way. When Newt Gingrich threatened to make this campaign against Mitt last forever, whether Newt continued in the race or not definitely enabled the man from Las Vegas casinos to donate $5 million for advancing that threat. A 27 minute video with cuts and pastes with information that is less than truthful or balanced shows what king of man Newt is. Vindictive. I heard one of his advisors state this morning that the reason Newt was mad and angry in Iowa was that Newt had the flu. He didn't show of those symptoms during the debates or speeches. Today, he had the same type of visceral attitude so he must have the flu quite often. He has had a continual flu episode since his 1980s and 1990s as he moved up the chain. His smartness is not very smart

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